Nigeria’s FMOH is collaborating with several organizations to implement the DIDI Program. Such organizations include: United Nations entities (e.g. WHO, UNFPA); Bilateral Organizations (USAID, UKAID, JICA); international development agencies (e.g. FHI, JSI, PATHS2, MSH, etc.); International Networks: the International Household Survey Network (IHSN), the Accelerated Data Program (ADP), and PARIS 21. These programs are a worldwide effort to promote access to quality data through documentation, preservation and archiving. The ADP and IHSN are funded by the World Bank’s Development Grant Facility and are considered Satellite Programs of the PARIS21 Secretariat at the Organization for Economic Co-operation Development (OECD), International Household Survey Network (IHSN) and other partners (see http://www.surveynetwork.org/adp).
The FMOH is also collaborating with Nigeria-based organizations and bureaus, e.g. Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigerian Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), National Agency for Food and Administration (NAFDAC), National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA); and the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA). The FMOH is planning to expand this collaboration by including the Nigerian based NGOs and the for-profit private sector.